At 10:52 Wednesday morning, The Wall Street Journal reported new data from the National Center for Health Statistics on suicide in the United States. The data was shocking. According to the Journal, last year close to 50,000 Americans committed suicide. That’s the highest level of suicides since 1941. 50,000 is not just a lot of suicides
By Howard Bloom This is a story of the prizes and the prices of fame. At 8:00 Wednesday morning, September 20th, Donald Trump Jr’s X account proclaimed, “I’m sad to announce, my father Donald Trump has passed away. I will be running for president in 2024.” Then the account burped out a Tweet about Joe Biden
NYC-based drag sensation Brita Filter will headline abortion rights fundraiser Abort The Court at the iconic Stonewall Inn on Thursday June 30, 2022 to close-out a month of LGBTQ+ Pride celebrations with activism. The event is proudly sponsored by sexual wellness brand Satisfyer, and features a lineup of NYC nightlife luminaries including Wendy Stuart, The
Journalist/Author/Speaker David Rabadi has released his highly anticipated new book “How I Lost My Mind and Found Myself.” The sentence for being gay and Arab is death-even when the punishment is self-inflicted. Living a closeted life in a Middle-Eastern culture is brutal-and potentially deadly. Add to the mix mental illness and your odds of survival
Hi Elektra! Thanks for being here! Who is your greatest influence? My greatest influence is the world. It’s not one singular person, but the collective greatness of humans. If you could teach one subject in school what would it be? Film and understanding the moving image. What is an important life lesson for someone to learn?
Overcoming pressure and rising to the occasion seems to be in Manny Cabo’s DNA. Audiences around the globe might only know him as a rocker, but his sensitive nature and balladeer role isn’t a fluke. The guy can sing. Cabo’s new single “All Night Again” has the former contestant on The Voice using his pipes